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A University of Wollongong (UOW) researcher will examine whether urban green spaces play a role in preventing Alzheimer’s disease. Professor Astell-Burt will collaborate with city and green space planners, clinicians and other leading international researchers to look at the possible benefits of nature for Alzheimer’s disease. Astell-Burt says that, while knowledge of the general health benefits of green spaces is growing, there has been little epidemiological investigation into green spaces in relation to Alzheimer’s disease.read more
The NSF-funded Science of Nature-Based Learning Collaborative Research Network will publish a special issue of the open-access journal “Frontiers” on the field of learning and nature. The journal will be curated by Network members, titled “The Natural World as a Resource for Learning and Development: From Schoolyards to Wilderness.” Researchers are invited to submit papers to the journal.read more